Saturday, May 16th, 2015
Japanese studio Torafu Architects has recently remodeled the basement level space of Tokyo global advertising agency AKQA.
Takeshi Sawada is the director and designer behind Tokyo-based furniture brand Kamina&C.
This compact private residence is nestled within the dense expanse of Tokyo, in Nishi-Azabu—a neighborhood characterized by narrow streets and […]
Designed by architecture firm Flathouse, this contemporary seven-layer Tokyo-based home is the perfect example of Japanese living. In a mere […]
Daikoku Design Institute is a graphic design studio and was founded by the art director and graphic designer Daigo Daikoku, […]
You’d think that with the minimalist brushstrokes of Grace Lee‘s work, she would have already lived for a long time […]
Studio Phenomenon’s Fumihiko Sano designed this bare-bones showroom for Maruwakaya, a company which links traditional crafts to contemporary art, in […]
In the midst of the metropolis of Barcelona emerge two of the world’s most re-known music & cultural festivals […]
Continuing to shed light on the best in restaurant design for 2013, today we bring you the winner of the […]
Torafu Architects designed a “Haunted House” for The Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo included in an exhibition for children […]
Early in 2011, Sapphire Slows started her solo project in Tokyo, inside her bedroom with just her laptop and some […]
The future starts in Tokyo. Or at least that’s what happens in Yosef Peretz‘ vision for which, he collaborated with the costume […]